|Mothers! fathers! public service needs your boys enroll them for non-military, emergency work in the Pennsylvania Division United States Boys' Working Reserve ... let them fill the gaps in industry, Pennsylvania Committee of Public Safety|
Large poster all text. Blue background with white font; small white rectangle with text blue font at the bottom.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Pennsylvania Posters; Advertising, Public service Pennsylvania Posters
|Grow more oats for hay oat hay comes in when other hays are scarce and expensive : the oat crop comes off in time to plant soybeans or cowpeas : hints on growing oats .. (Volume no. 8)|
Keywords: Oats North Carolina Posters; Hay North Carolina Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply North Carolina Posters
|Garden planting table for Georgia fight for your country with the hoe, live at home and board at the same place : the home garden pays at a better rate per acre than the rest of the farm : table for planting vegetables .. (Volume no. 13)|
Keywords: Vegetable gardening Georgia Posters; Vegetables Varieties Planting time Georgia Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Georgia Posters
|Uncle Sam hat and potatoes|
Graphic poster showing an Uncle Sam hat filled past the brim with potatoes.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Potatoes United States Posters
|1919 campaign for greater production food, feed, forage : from January 20 to 31, inclusive, in every Florida county, U.S. Department of Agriculture urges an increase for 1919 of : corn, peanuts ... the campaign is to be conducted by Extension Division of University of Florida, cooperating with other agricultural organizations : watch for announcements of dates and places|
Keywords: Agricultural productivity Florida Posters; Crop yields Florida Posters; Livestock productivity Florida Posters
|Knowledge wins public library books are free - Smith, Dan,|
Poster showing soldier moving from trenches to city over a bridge of books.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Libraries Posters
|Grow more sheep and wool available publication on sheep raising .. (Volume no. 7)|
Keywords: Sheep North Carolina Posters; Wool North Carolina Posters
|Wheat grow more of it in Tennessee : more wheat|
Keywords: Wheat Tennessee Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Tennessee Posters
|The world .... food ... shortage ... increase ... production ... supply ... farm labor ..|
Keywords: Food security Posters; Farm produce Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Posters
|An acre of roots will winter your stock why grow roots? why feed roots? ...|
Poster with extensive text, black font. Drawing of a root vegetable in the center.
Keywords: Root crops Wisconsin Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Posters
|The German government would make you feed yourself Uncle Sam wants you to feed yourself : do you appreciate liberty? : then show it by growing a garden, plant corn, chiles, melons, tomatoes, pumpkins, squash now! (Volume no. 10)|
Small poster, all text, red and black font.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Arizona Posters; Victory gardens Arizona Posters
|More better wheat attend wheat improvement meetings|
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Wheat Breeding United States Posters
|Connecticut State Council of Defense : Committee of Food Supply : United States Food Administration : win the war by service in the home, begin now ... - Hoover, Herbert,|
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
|Grow rye rye is a safe, sane, and sensible crop for Connecticut|
Black and white poster with Uncle Sam at the top with rye grain in the field.
Keywords: Rye Connecticut Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Connecticut Posters
|Farm business bonds for their future|
Black and white pictures of farmers and their family, farm land, and why they invested in war bonds.
Keywords: Savings bonds United States Posters; Bonds United States Posters; Saving and investment United States Posters
|Have you insured your orchards against San Jose scale --- it can be controlled how to detect scale ... : treatment for scale ... : now is the time to spray ..|
Keywords: San Jose? scale Kentucky Posters; San Jose? scale Control Kentucky Posters; San Jose? scale Detection Kentucky Posters; Fruit Diseases and pests Control Kentucky Posters
|Pigs is pigs we raised more hogs in 1918 than before the war : 1919 must show increase 15% ... will you raise your share?|
Small poster, all text, black font.
Keywords: Swine Wisconsin Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Wisconsin Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Citizen participation Posters
|The Atlantic charter (Volume no. 50) - Roosevelt, Franklin D.|
Poster with extensive text, signed by Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941.
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945 Peace Posters; World War, 1939-1945 United States Posters; World War, 1939-1945 Great Britain Posters; War posters, American
|Join the Women’s Land Army of the U.S. Crop Corps - Morley, Hubert|
Color poster shows a smiling woman wearing a hat with letters "WLA".
Keywords: Women’s Land Army of America Posters; World War 1939-1945 Posters
|You can help prevent food shortage in U.S. every family should have a good garden : every farm a big patch of potatoes and beans|
Small poster, all text.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Citizen participation Posters; Vegetable gardening United States Citizen participation Posters; Livestock United States Posters
|Lick the platter clean|
Color poster shows a smiling man and woman are holding a shiny brass platter.
Keywords: World War 1939-1945 Food supply United States Posters; Food conservation United States Posters
|Purebred stock and other valuable premiums given winners in Boys' and Girls' clubs you can fight the boll weevil ... : how to join .. (Volume no. 10)|
Keywords: Agriculture Posters
|The farm woman's dream (Volume 7)|
A poster by the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, to promote water supply for rural area in Missouri.
Keywords: Women farmers Missouri Posters; Water-supply, Rural Missouri Posters
|Just one extra litter the United States Food Administration help Wisconsin do her share : an army of porkers? ... help increase Wisconsin's army of porkers. It will pay and be patriotic (Volume 8)|
Poster shows pigs walking down to join the ranks of marching pigs. Also text.
Keywords: Swine Wisconsin Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Wisconsin Posters
|Mississippi must grow more corn in 1918 it will take a minimum of five million acres ... we face a serious feed and food shortage at home ... the entire world is short ... an early crop is needed ... your county agent (Volume no. 7)|
Large text poster , all text in red and black fonts
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Mississippi Posters; Corn Mississippi Posters
|Your country asks it|
Poster with text in red and black font.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Minnesota Posters; Corn Minnesota Posters; Corn Seeds Preservation Minnesota Posters; Agriculture Minnesota Citizen participation Posters
|Sow oats, wheat and rye in Mississippi this fall feed yourself, help feed your country ... : when to plant ... : how to prepare your soil : what varieties to plant : amount to sow per acre ... : see your county agent ... : write to your A. & M. college (Volume no. 3)|
Keywords: Oats Mississippi Posters; Wheat Mississippi Posters; Rye Mississippi Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Mississippi Posters
|Market these yourselves sign the cooperative marketing contracts and see that your neighbor sign with you : this "New Declaration of Independence" means better things for yourself your wife, your children : make it 100 percent signed up in the old North State.|
Poster with text in red and black fonts. Small graphic of a bale of cotton on the left top and a barrel of tobacco on right top.
Keywords: Farm produce North Carolina Marketing Posters; Produce trade North Carolina Posters
|More food this year is patriotism an army of poultry will help win the war, poultry offer the quickest of meat production : every farm in North Carolina should keep from two hundred to five hundred hens : separate all male birds from the hens .. (Volume no. 5)|
Keywords: Poultry North Carolina Posters; Poultry as food North Carolina Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply North Carolina Posters
|Your country asks you to help save livestock of entire Northwest ..|
Poster with text in red and black font.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Minnesota Posters; Livestock Minnesota Posters; Agriculture Minnesota Citizen participation Posters
|War with Germany "Patriotism by production" : help feed yourself by 1. Getting a few chickens ...|
Small poster with extensive text and four black and white photographs showing farmers, chickens and eggs.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Oklahoma Posters; Chickens Oklahoma Posters; Self-reliant living Oklahoma Posters
|Help win the war by selecting seed corn in seed corn time, Sept. 10-20 (Volume no. 31)|
A small poster, four black and white photographs show good seed corn; drying racks; and a farmer selecting seed corn in the field.
Keywords: Corn Seeds Preservation Posters; Corn Seeds Selection Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Minnesota Posters
|Grow more wheat it is safe and profitable : a good crop of wheat should be planted this fall over all the western and Piedmont Section of the state ... : see wheat will be scarce and high at planting time, be sure of your feed now (Volume no. 6)|
Keywords: Wheat North Carolina Posters; Wheat Piedmont (U.S. : Region) Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
|Fight against famine American farmers must save the world from starvation : organize to produce more : organize to consume less : organize to stop waste : what are you doing about it? : profitable prices positive : let us show the world what Colorado can do in agriculture - Gunter, Julius C.|
Large poster all text in red and blue fonts.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Colorado Posters; Farmers Colorado Citizen participation Posters
|Watch out livestock : fire : machinery : farm safely|
Medium sized color poster shows three illustrations on a background of tree bark : a cow with horns, a struck match with flame, and a man working with his hands in a machine.
Keywords: Agriculture United States Safety measures; World War, 1939-1945 United States Safety measures
|To feed the nation is to fight its battles plant winter wheat ... Nebraska must continue to do its full share ... the responsibility is yours, the need is great ... the time is now ...strive for a big yield - Coupland, George,|
Large poster with extensive text in red and blue fonts. Border lines in red and blue.
Keywords: Winter wheat Nebraska Posters; Winter wheat Yields Nebraska Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Nebraska Posters
|Saddle horses needed (Volume no. 8)|
Keywords: Stallions Breeding Posters; Thoroughbred horse Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Propaganda Posters
|Arms and agriculture a campaign for national defense to feed the nation is to fight its battles : produce more! consume less! waste nothing! ... : help Kansas mean service|
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Kansas Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Kansas Citizen participation Posters
|Sunshine chicks are a better buy all the popular breeds to choose from ... Sunshine chicks hatched in modern plants under most sanitary conditions the year around|
Large color poster with border of photographs showing different brands of chickens. Advertising poster for Sunshine Hatcheries.
Keywords: Chickens Hatcheries Indiana Posters; Advertising Indiana Posters
|Be warned unusual conditions exist in Georgia -- not only does the boll weevil threaten to destroy the cotton crop, but war conditions demand the production of more food stuffs -- it is not yet too late to replan for safety ... let our slogan be : feed for ourselves, feed for our livestock, fertility for our land (Volume no. 12)|
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Georgia Posters; Vegetable gardening Georgia Posters; Boll weevil Georgia; Cotton Diseases and pests Georgia; Agricultural pests Georgia Posters
|Serve your country! enlist! Michigan's bean brigade ... prime your ammunition ... plan a vigorous campaign ... cultivate frequently ... bumper crops mean victory and prosperity " Plant-a-bean for Michigan"|
All text poster. Red and black font.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Michigan Posters; Beans Michigan Posters; Agriculture Michigan Citizen participation Posters
|Get a war garden going ... beans are bullets -- potatoes are powder (Volume no. 25)|
Poster all text in black and red font. Border of US flags. Includes a chart of crops for spring planting, planting dates and succession crops.
Keywords: Vegetable gardening United States Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters; Beans War use United States Posters; Potatoes War use United States Posters
|Indiana State Council of Defense says--every silo increases food supply enough to feed 80 soldiers for a month ... save them with a silo and help win the war|
Color poster shows a silo which dominates the black background and soldiers with a rifles.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Indiana Posters; Agriculture Indiana Citizen participation Posters; Farmers Indiana Posters
|Post-war cotton exports will protect wheat growers|
Keywords: Crop rotation United States Posters; Wheat United States Posters; Cotton United States Posters; World War, 1939-1945 United States Posters
|Practice double cropping this year and add to the nation's food supply land from which a crop is taken in early summer can be utilized in various ways to produce food or feed for winter : late corn can be planted after barley or after first cutting of clover ..|
Keywords: Double cropping Kentucky Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Kentucky Posters
|Produce and conserve Patriotic citizens must -- Resolutely take every -- Opportunity to -- Develop to an -- Unusual degree the Crop capacity of --Every acre now cultivated|
Small poster printed on poster board with three black and white photographs: one shows the Agricultural College; one shows a man harvesting crops using a horse; one photo shows a sow and piglets.
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Posters; World War, 1914-1918 Utah Citizen participation Posters; Food Preservation Posters
|Save a million American boys by winning the war in 1919 Mr. Hoover says: that to win the war in 1919 would save a million American lives ... : South Carolina farmers are requested to produce 15: more wheat, 10 more oats, 10 more hogs ... : South Carolina will fulfill her part in the war program (Volume number 3)|
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply South Carolina Posters; Farmers South Carolina Citizen participation Posters
|Saturday too, for food production work to win the war ... join Uncle Sam's Saturday service league - work Saturday afternoon ... more food will be produced (Volume no. 13)|
Small poster all text in black font. Encourages African-Americans to join Uncle Sam's Saturday Service League" as farm labor."
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply North Carolina Posters; Agricultural productivity North Carolina Posters; African American farmers North Carolina Posters; Hours of labor North Carolina Posters
|The Nation needs corn to make into bread--to turn into meat and milk : cultivate your corn ... : put production of food crops first ... : produce the largest yield possible ..|
Poster with extensive text. Three photographs show farmers using horses for planting. USDA recommends farmers request Farmers' Bulletin No. 773 Corn growing under droughty conditions.
Keywords: Corn United States Posters; World War 1914-1918 Food supply United States Posters
|Service for all Mr. Farmer, the country is calling upon all its citizens to perform their duty in this crisis. The men and women in the industrial centers will soon be called upon to furnish ... your duty is to furnish food, which is just as necessary as munitions and other supplies ... : other Clemson and U.S. Agricultural speakers will be present, this campaign is held under the auspices of the Commission for Civic Preparedness ..|
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918 Food supply Citizen participation Posters